School Meals Liberia
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This short documentary looks at the aftermath of Liberia's civil war and the impact that a simple school meal can have on young children and their families. The documentary is made by Kristen Palana, a multimedia artist and tenured Associate Professor in the Communication Department at The American University of Rome, after a visit to Liberia and a WFP school meals project.
on Mon, Apr 2 2012 · 3,653 Views
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